The festival of Diwali is being marked virtually across the UK as coronavirus restrictions keep many from celebrating in person with their loved ones.
A festival celebrating Doric and traditional music in the north-east is set to return this weekend.
You've dined in their restaurants and eaten their delicious fare, now it's time to cook-along with these chefs from across Scotland.
With around 75 virtual events taking place across the festival weekend, jumping online for the first virtual version of Taste of Grampian will be the place to be for foodies.
Two new firms have pledged their support for this year's virtual Taste of Grampian.
Taste of Grampian: Everything you need to know about taking part in this year’s virtual food and drink festival
Find out how to take part in the north-east's biggest food and drink celebration this September.
An Aberdeen children's charity is to host its first ever do-it-yourself fundraising festival.
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to sponsor a tent at this year’s Taste Of Grampian.
You may not be heading off to your favourite music festival this summer, but that doesn't mean you can't bring the flavours of it into your home.
A north-east food and drink festival is another casualty of the coronavirus pandemic.
The festival celebrates the best parts of the north-east including music and food and drink
The TRNSMT music festival has become the latest event cancelled in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
A Scottish music festival that attracts fans from across the north-east has been cancelled.
Organisers of an Aberdeen festival have cancelled tonight's entertainment due to Storm Dennis.
An Aberdeen street art festival has left a “phenomenal legacy” that is free for anyone to access, use and enjoy, a lead organiser has claimed.
A popular Aberdeen festival is to return next year – and promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
A north-east cultural festival has been praised by an MSP after he joined in the celebrations.
Another UK festival has been cancelled this weekend, disappointing fans who had travelled from as far afield as Australia.
An Aberdeen science festival has been launched for another year.
TRNSMT is “on the cusp of selling out” as Glasgow city centre prepares for the third year of the festival.
Every week our archive team pick a selection of their favourite images taken by our photographers over the past few decades – today we’re stepping back in time to look at Aberdeen’s festivals in the 80s and early 90s.
A nurse from Derby had a surprise music-themed proposal at the top of Glastonbury Hill.
The organiser behind the Isle of Wight Festival has congratulated festival-goers for enjoying themselves despite a rainy start to the weekend, proclaiming “the rest is plain sailing”.
More than 70% of visitors surveyed at Aberdeen’s Christmas Village said it was “better or much better” last year.
The events programme for Aberdeen’s ground-breaking street art festival has been announced.
The full line-up for Aberdeen’s street art festival Nuart has been announced.
Scottish music festival TRNSMT is to “hand over” the announcement of its latest line-up to fans online.
Aberdeen’s first dolphin festival, dubbed DolphinFest, will take place during the last weekend in April, it has been announced.
Chvrches and Royal Blood are among a second wave of acts added to the line-ups for the Reading and Leeds festivals.
Nile Rodgers and Chic have been added to the line-up for the Hampton Court Palace Festival.